In the past few years, we have seen some signs of hope when it comes to people accessing medical cannabis in the United Kingdom.
‘Releaf’ document will allow patients prescribed medical cannabis to show police they aren’t breaking the law
A medicinal cannabis card launched in Britain today so patients carrying the drug can easily prove they aren’t breaking the law.
Today, cannabis users across the globe will be lighting up to mark 420. The annual event is observed as a means of celebrating marijuana use, while also campaigning for it to become legalised in parts of the world where it is prohibited.
BizCann Expo concentrates the entire cannabis industry into one comprehensive event!
On 1st November 2018, medical cannabis became legal in the UK. It was a somewhat surprising, albeit positive and seismic decision from the Home Secretary at the time, Sajid Javid. A heartfelt campaign led by parents of children with severe epilepsy managed to do what all campaigners dream of, to change the mind of a government minister and force a change in the law.
The families of people suffering from chronic illnesses are calling on the government to fund more research into medical cannabis.
Sailene Ossman’s list of entrepreneurial projects within the cannabis space reads like a fine-tuned map on her journey in educating herself and others on the benefits of cannabis as a beneficial and spiritually guided tool in the kit of transformative processes.
Marijuana is more accessible (and popular) now than ever, but little is known about the plant’s definitive effects on athletes.
How Northern Ireland’s only medical cannabis vape lounge is supporting mental health and chronic illnesses
A type of medical cannabis is being prescribed much more often by doctors in Brighton and Hove than in most other parts of England.
Interest in the medicinal use of cannabis and cannabinoids is mounting worldwide. Fueled by enthusiastic media coverage, patients perceive cannabinoids as a natural remedy for many symptoms.